Luigi Albertieri: Bringing Italian Traditions to American Ballet

@article{Zeller2015LuigiAB,
  title={Luigi Albertieri: Bringing Italian Traditions to American Ballet},
  author={Jessica Zeller},
  journal={Dance Chronicle},
  year={2015},
  volume={38},
  pages={55 - 80}
}
Luigi Albertieri, an Italian ballet dancer and teacher, helped shape the development of American ballet and ballet pedagogy. This article analyzes Albertieri's pedagogical approach at his independently owned New York City studio between 1915 and 1930, a period when Americans still considered ballet foreign. His teaching was derived from that of his adoptive father and mentor, renowned ballet pedagogue Enrico Cecchetti. Albertieri fought to maintain his classical lineage amid the heterogeneous… Expand

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